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 Resources – Books and websites

“Healing with Whole Foods” by Paul Pitchford

 “The Ayurvedic Cookbook” by Amadea Morningstar which explains our constitutions and how foods affect our health.

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 MYRISTIN EHP products.

This is the site that has the education and the Green Power holistic medicine
CPR video
Colostrum go to my website 

Colustrum It is dispersed in pill form.


Goldenseal tinture is wonderful … works better than antibiotics

The One-Minute Cure: The Secret to Healing Virtually All Disease

By Madison Cavanaugh can be purchased at

Open source blueprints for civilization. Exciting possibilities – lots of information about health and wellness, also uses of different vitamins. click on Sniper when getting into the website for lots of information. explore the website for lots of good information

The Cure is in the Cupboard by Dr. Cass Engram about Oregano Oil

Healing Herbs by Michael Casselman

A World without Cancer by Ed Griffin a website all about Apple Cider Vinegar and other remedies


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Wonderful healing information using light therapy.

 Active Manuka Honey Better Than Standard Anitibiotics

 Danica Collins |

 Can there really be a type of honey that can treat infections better than antibiotics? Honey has been used until WWII , as an antibacterial to treat wounds.

Then the discovery of penicillin and other 20th century antibiotic drugs shoved honey to the wayside. Its valuable natural healing attributes were deemed inconsequential by conventional medical practitioners, just as so many other traditional and homeopathic remedies were.

It seems this long-standing snub may finally be resolved. During the last decade, medical establishments have begun to seriously investigate the possible clinical benefits of a certain kind of honey called active manuka honey. It is made by bees in New Zealand from the manuka flowering bush called Leptospermum scoparium.

Professor Peter Molan — a researcher at the University of Waikato in New Zealand — has spearheaded the efforts to determine manuka’s healing properties, which in some instances go beyond those of traditional antibiotics.

Professor Molan is the head of a research team known as the Waikato Honey Research Unit. Founded in 1995, the Unit grew out of the University’s already unparalleled study of the composition of honey and its antimicrobial activity. All honey has some bacteria-fighting capability due to its high concentrations of glucose, fructose, acid, and the hydrogen peroxide that is slowly released by the glucose oxidase enzyme.

In an interview with BBC News, Molan explained, “In manuka honey, and its close relative which grows in Australia called jellybush, there’s something else besides the hydrogen peroxide.” Molan and his team call that “something else”unique manuka factor, or UMF.

Although he’s not yet determined what exactly UMF is, he’s devised a system for measuring it. The results have been astounding.

Active manuka honey has proven to work as well as — or better than — standard antiseptics in fighting the following:

  • Bacteria
  • Fungi
  • Protozoa
  • All other infectious organisms

In 1996, the Unit partnered with TradeNZ to establish a classification system for manuka, which ranks each batch’s antibacterial efficacy based on the level of UMF it contains. In order to be considered “active,” and therefore useful for serious applications, the batch must be rated at a 10 or higher.

Active Manuka Honey Has a Wide Range of Uses Far Beyond Fighting Infections

Some of the most common uses of active manuka honey include:

  • Wound healing
  • Leg ulcers
  • Burns
  • Skin conditions (such as acne and wrinkles)
  • Coughs

While the most-studied uses for manuka so far have been centered on wounds and other external conditions, there’s evidence that manuka is also useful as a treatment for a variety of other medical conditions. For instance, because it’s a natural anti-inflammatory, manuka can be used to treat generalized muscle and joint pain as well as arthritis specifically.

Additionally, manuka’s antibacterial nature appears to have equally impressive effects on internal problems such as:

  • Acid reflux
  • Infections in the stomach and digestive tract
  • Ulcers (both in the stomach and peptic)
  • Diarrhea

Still, it’s understandable that the bulk of research probes so far have been directed at manuka’s external applications, as certified active UMF manuka can treat even antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria, which pose a serious threat in hospitals around the globe.

Active Manuka Honey Found Effective in Treating Hospital-Acquired Infections

According to the CDC, hospital-acquired infections are responsible for about 90,000 deaths in the United States every year. Of these infections, MRSA is by far the most common.

MRSA is a strain of the Staphylococcus aureas species, which by a happy coincidence is also the species of wound-infecting bacteria that is most sensitive to honey.

Although manuka’s end results speak for themselves, one might think that patients would initially be apprehensive about being treated with honey for such serious conditions as MRSA or wounds related to radiation treatment.

However, according to Julie Betts, a nurse practitioner interviewed for a BBC News article, that’s not the case at all.

Humans in general have a fondness I think for natural remedies, so they’re quite happy to use them.” In fact, Betts says, “The problem we encounter is when people don’t understand how it works. They think that sourcing any honey will have the same outcome, and that’s not always true.”

Another potential concern might be that honey treatments would result in literally sticky situations. Fortunately, clever Professor Molan circumvented that problem by developing high-tech honey dressings that he says “are like a sheet of rubber, you can touch it without being sticky at all”.

For those interested in manuka to treat less dire afflictions, health practitioners recommend a more practical option would be to purchase a jar of active manuka honey from one of the many vendors that sell it.

Just be sure that you’re buying truly active manuka honey bearing the UMF trademark.

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Apricot seeds and other forms of B17

YES – There are now several thousand persons in the USA taking Laetrile daily. M.D.’s by the hundreds are studying or even taking it themselves, and certain hospitals are now undertaking its study. FDA or no FDA, NCI (National Cancer Institute) or no NCI, obfuscations or no obfuscations. Ref. WWC, pp45

How did Dr. Ernst T. Krebs, Jr. discover that B17 and/or Laetrile could fight and control cancer? Why is it called B17?

By 1952, Dr. Ernst T. Krebs, Jr., a biochemist in San Francisco, had advanced the theory that cancer, like scurvy and pellagra, is not caused by some kind of mysterious bacterium, virus or toxin, but is merely a deficiency disease aggravated by the lack of an essential food compound in modern man’s diet. He identified this compound as part of the nitriloside family which occurs abundantly in nature in over 1200 edible plants and found virtually in every part of the world. It is particularly prevalent in the seeds of those fruits in the Prunus Rosacea family (bitter almond, apricot, blackthorn, cherry, nectarine, peach, and plum), but also contained in grasses, maize, sorghum, millet, cassava, linseed, apple seeds, and many other foods that, generally, have been deleted form the menus of modern civilization.

It is difficult to establish a clear-cut classification for a nitriloside. Since it does not occur entirely by itself but rather is found in foods, it probably should not be classified as a food. Like sugar, it is a food component or a food factor. Nor can it be classified as a drug, inasmuch as it is a natural, non-toxic, water-soluble substance entirely normal to and compatible with human metabolism. The proper name for a food factor that contains these properties is a vitamin. Since this vitamin normally is found with the B-complexes, and since it was the 17th such substance to be isolated within this complex, Dr. Krebs identified it as Vitamin B17. Ref. WWC, pp52

What happens to animals that are in zoos when they are deprived from their natural diet in the wild?

In the San Diego zoo…. animals are almost totally devoid of nitriolosides…over a 6-year period, five bears died of cancer. WWC, pp54

How does cancer and other diseases compare in modern man and primitive man?

All the diseases known to modern man are unknown in primitive societies. WWC, pp55

Don’t all the foods that we buy have the vitamins put back? I see “enriched” on all the labels, doesn’t this mean that the food contains all the vitamins we need to be healthy?

NO – These are not the same as the original. As the June 1971 Journal of the American Geriatric Society reported: “Vitamins removed from food and returned as “enrichment” are not a safe substitute, as witnessed by the study in which Roger J. Williams, PH.D., reported that rats feed enriched bread died or were severely stunted due to malnutrition….” Even senility has been proven to be caused by a deficiency of Vitamins B and C. Ref: WWC, pp58

Don’t all our foods have all the vitamins we need including B17?

NO – In the past fifty years, the foods that once provided the American people with ample amounts of natural vitamin B17 gradually have been pushed aside or replaced altogether by foods almost devoid of this factor. Significantly, it is during this same time span that the cancer rate has moved steadily upward to the point where today, one out of every four persons in the USA is destined to contract this disease. Ref. WWC, pp59-60

I have heard something about the Hunza. What is this about?

In the remote recesses of the Himalaya Mountains, between West Pakistan, India and China, there is a tiny kingdom called Hunza. These people are known world over for their amazing longevity and good health. It is not uncommon for Hunzakuts to live beyond a hundred years, and some even to a hundred and twenty, or more. Visiting medical teams from the outside world report that there never has been a case of cancer in Hunza.

… It is interesting to note that the average Hunza diet contains over two hundred times more nitriloside than the average American diet. In fact, in that land where there is no such thing as money, a man’s wealth is measured by the number of apricot trees he owns.

… The prince happily confirmed it and then described how it was not uncommon to eat 30 to 50 apricot seeds as an after-lunch snack. These often account for an excess of 75,000 International Units of Vitamin A per day as well as over 150mg of Vitamin B17. 

The women of Hunza are renowned for their strikingly smooth skin even into advance age. Generally, their faces appear 15 to 20 years younger than their counterparts in other areas of the world. They claim that their beauty secret is merely the apricot oil which they apply to their skins almost daily.

… It is important to know that when the Hunzakuts leave their secluded land and adopt the menus of other countries, they soon succumb to the same diseases and infirmities, including cancer, as the rest of mankind. Ref. WWC, pp65-67

What is a trophoblast?

The layer of extraembryonic ectoderm that nourishes the embryo or develops into fetal membranes with nutritive functions. Ref. Websters College Dictionary, 1997 Also known as a cancer cell Ref. WWC, pp89

What happens with our body system if:
(1) our pancreas is weak, or
(2) if the kinds of foods we eat consume almost all of the pancreatic enzymes for their digestion leaving very little for the blood stream, or
(3) if due to surgery or radiation, there is scar tissue around the cancer which inhibits circulation and prevents the enzymes from reaching it, or
(4) if the rate of cancer growth is so high due to massive tissue damage that the pancreatic enzymes can’t keep up with it? Then what?

Nature has provided  a second line of defense, that has an excellent chance of doing the job even if the first line should fail. It involves a unique chemical compound that literally poisons the malignant cell while nourishing all the rest. It is  which is found in those natural foods containing  It is also known as and has been used extensively for well over a hundred years.

In a concentrated and purified form developed by Dr. Krebs specifically for cancer therapy, it is know as Laetrile. Ref. WWC, pp97-98

Who developed the trophoblastic thesis of cancer?

Professor John Beard suspected that there was a nutritional factor in addition to the enzyme factor. In 1952 this “extrinsic” factor was discovered by Dr. Ernst T. Krebs, Jr., and his famous father of the same name. Ref. WWC, pp98-99

What are the qualifications of Dr. Ernst T. Krebs, Jr.?

He completed three years of anatomy and medicine at Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia. Then he pursued his undergraduate work at the University of Illinois between 1938-1941. Specializing in bacteriology, he received his Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Illinois in 1942. He did graduate work at the University of California from 1943-1945 and later at the University of Mississippi, researching mostly in pharmacology. He is the author of many scientific papers including “The Unitarian or Trophoblastic Thesis of Cancer”, and “The Nitrilosides in Plants and Animals”. He was the science director of John Beard Memorial Foundation.

He is the discoverer of Vitamin B15 (pangamic acid) By 1950 Dr. Krebs, Jr. had identified the specific composition of vitamin B-17, had isolated it into crystalline form and gave it the name Laetrile and had tested it on animals to make sure it was not toxic. Ref. WWC, pp100

Does roasting apricot seeds impair the Vitamin B17? 

NO – Roasting does not impair the vitamin B17, but it does destroy the unlocking enzyme. By roasting we lose whatever benefit there may be from chemical activity from the enzymes in the mouth, stomach and intestines. Ref.: WWC pp120 

How much B17 does a normal apricot contain, on the average? 

In the USA about 4-5mg. Ref.: WWC pp122 

Have medical doctors used Laetrile on their patients?

YES – There have been at least twenty-six published medical papers written by well-known physicians who have used Laetrile experimentally in the treatment of their own patients, and who have concluded that Laetrile is both safe and effective in the treatment of cancer.

Ref: A complete list of these papers is contained in “The Laetriles”, pp 84-85 Ref.: WWC pp129

Has any medical doctor specifically endorsed the use of Laetrile for treatment and control of cancer?

YES – Dr. Hans Nieper, MD, Director of the Dept. of Medicine at the Silbersee Hospital in Hanover, and is listed in the Who’s Who in World Science and is the Director of the German Society for Medical Tumor Treatment, during a visit to the USA in 1972 told news reporters.

“After more than 20 years of such specialized work, I have found the non-toxic Nitrilosides, that is, Laetrile, far superior to any other known cancer treatment or preventative. In my opinion it is the only existing possibility for the ultimate control of cancer.” Ref.: WWC pp130 



What’s The Real Story On B17 & Cyanide?
[Regarding the supposed "Toxicity" of B17][ ] The pharmaceutical companies say that apricot kernels are a lethal toxin, yet every example of a toxic reaction reported is that of a malnourished African eating cassava roots. There are many thousands of people eating apricot kernels, but there seems to be a real shortage of dead ones.

Cyanide can be highly toxic and even fatal if taken in sufficient quantity. However, locked as it is in this natural state, it is completely inert chemically and has absolutely no effect on living tissue. Ref. WWC, pp102

[NOTE:]Dr. Krebs says “For some patients in whom gastric acidity is deficient, side reactions of weakness or headache following oral administration may be avoided by taking citrus juices or grape juice, or hydrochloric acid tablets such as betaine hydrochloride to prevent these unpleasant reactions”. []

How did Dr. Krebs, Jr. determine that B17 (Laetrile) is not toxic to humans?

There was only one way to do that, of course. So he rolled up his sleeve and injected into his own bloodstream. Just as predicted, there were absolutely no harmful or distressing side effects. Ref. WWC, pp101

What is B17 composed of?

The molecule contains two unit of glucose (sugar), one of benzaldehyde, and one of cyanide, all tightly locked together within it. Ref. WWC, pp102

This “locking” thing. Is there any other compound like this?

YES – Chlorine gas is also know to be deadly. But when the chlorine is chemically bound (locked) together with sodium forming sodium chloride, it is a relatively harmless compound known as common “table salt”.




On September 4, 1972, the Los Angeles Examiner ran a UPI dispatch titled: FRUIT PITS CAN CAUSE CYANIDE. 6 days later, the New York Times ran a story: APRICOT KERNELS LINKED TO POISONINGS ON COAST. The story stated that a Los Angeles couple were treated for “cyanide poisoning” after eating thirty apricot kernals. 

Suspecting there was more to the story, the author of WWC sought details from the Department of Health, including the names of the couple in question. But the department claimed “confidentiality” prevented them from releasing any details.

Dr. Dean Burk of the National Cancer Institute got more information, and in a letter to WWC author, stated:

This couple from Los Angeles… really got sick and were treated in an emergency hospital, following ingestion by mouth of an overnight brew made from apricot nuts, apricot fruit, and distilled water - a concoction that probably fermented somewhat overnight, and was undoubtedly very bitter, and which brought on the illness (nausea, vomiting, etc.) after “about an hour”, which is rather long for cyanide, which usually acts within minutes of being swallowed. Mr. Murray [of the Los Angeles County Health Department] was not willing to commit himself that cyanide was the chief cause of the illness, from which it would appear they promptly recovered. He said, “that under the circumstances… you don’t want to leap to conclusions and say that their illness was definitely due to the ingestion of amygdalin… I don’t think I could personally say that I proved that their illness was due to apricot kernels.”

Also, in another letter dated Dec 20, 1972:

A considerable number of people eat 10 – 20 apricot kernels a day, and after awhile, even 50 – 100 kernels safely, though hardly all at once as the … “Angeleno gastronomes” [the L.A. couple] actually did. The same general situation holds with respect to strawberries, onions, shrimp, and many others, that are never removed en masse from store shelves as was done with apricot kernels…. pp95 – 97 WWC (Ed.)


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A doctor from the U.S. FDA once said that Laetrile contains “free” hydrogen cyanide and, thus, is toxic. I would like to correct that misconception:

There is no “free” hydrogen cyanide in Laetrile. When Laetrile comes in contact with the enzyme beta-glucosidase, the Laetrile is broken down to form two molecules of glucose, one molecule of benzaldehyde and one molecule of hydrogen cyanide (HCN). Within the body, only the cancer cell-contains that enzyme. 

If the above is true, how did the story ever get started that Laetrile contains “free” hydrogen cyanide? It was the Food and Drug Administration.

A news release said, the FDA had done extensive testing of “Laetrile,” and found no evidence that it contained hydrogen cyanide or that any hydrogen cyanide was released in the presence of the cancer cell. Thus, they said, Laetrile was of no value.

When it was clearly established some time later that Laetrile did, indeed, release hydrogen cyanide in the presence of the cancer cell, how do you suppose the FDA reacted? They now proclaimed that Laetrile contained hydrogen cyanide and thus was toxic!

When offered an opportunity to present evidence of Laetrile’s toxicity in Federal Court, they admitted that they had none. (See Chapter One, “Alive and Well” by Dr. Philip Binzel, [ISBN: 0912986174 ])

How then does B17 work to kill cancer cells? 

There is only one substance that can unlock the B17 molecule and release the cyanide. That substance is an enzyme called “beta-glucosidase”, which is called the “unlocking enzyme”. When B17 comes in contact with this enzyme in the presence of water, not only is the cyanide released, but also the benzaldehyde, which is highly toxic by itself. In fact, these two working together are at least a hundred times more poisonous than either of them separately; a phenomenon know in biochemistry as synergism. 

Fortunately, the “unlocking enzyme” is not found to any dangerous degree anywhere in the body “except at the cancer cell”, where it always is present in great quantity, sometimes at levels in excess of one hundred times that of the surrounding normal cells. The result is that the Vitamin B17 is unlocked at the cancer cell, releases its poisons to the cancer cell and ONLY TO THE CANCER CELL. Ref. WWC, pp103 

How come the cyanide does not poison us? 

There is another important enzyme called “rhodanese”, which we shall identify as the “protecting enzyme”. (Since about 1965, rhodanese has been identified in the technical literature as thiosulfate transulfurase.) The reason is that it has the ability to neutralize cyanide by converting it instantly into by-products that actually are beneficial and essential to health. This enzyme is found in great quantities in every part of the body EXCEPT the cancer cell which, consequently, is not protected. Ref.: WWC pp116 

Is Laetrile toxic to the body? 

MODERATELY. It is “toxic” in the way that a vitamin could be called “toxic”. Taking an entire bottle of vitamin tablets would be poisonous, possibly deadly. The consumer must have enough intelligence to avoid such ridiculous overdoses. The same is true for B17. No one has ever been hurt by sane and moderate use of B17. 

Aspirin tablets are 20 times more toxic than the equivalent amount of Laetrile. Laetrile is even less toxic than sugar. 

But like aspirin or sugar, you can’t take 20 tablets or eat 1/2 lb. at one time. It would make you quite sick, probably requiring a stomach pump. [Ref: WWC pp126] 

Can an overdose of B17 be harmful or fatal? 

Only if it is a TRUE “overdose” of ridiculous proportions. And even in such a case, the result is usually nausea and a date with the stomach pump. B17 is as harmless as any substance can be. After all, even life-essential water or oxygen can be fatal if taken in unnaturally large doses. [Ref: WWC pp118]  

This is a video more for the alternative medicine and/or political side, as it asks if we really want to allow our govt to restrict the use of natural cures, vitamins, etc.